Optimizing Cardiovascular Disease Prediction: A Synergistic Approach of Grey Wolf Levenberg Model and Neural Networks


November 1, 2023


Background: One of the latest issues in predicting cardiovascular disease is the limited performance of current risk prediction models. Although several models have been developed, they often fail to identify a significant proportion of individuals who go on to develop the disease. This highlights the need for more accurate and personalized prediction models.

Objective: This study aims to investigate the effectiveness of the Grey Wolf Levenberg Model and Neural Networks in predicting cardiovascular diseases. The objective is to identify a synergistic approach that can improve the accuracy of predictions. Through this research, the authors seek to contribute to the development of better tools for early detection and prevention of cardiovascular diseases.

Methods: The study used a quantitative approach to develop and validate the GWLM_NARX model for predicting cardiovascular disease risk. The approach involved collecting and analyzing a large dataset of clinical and demographic variables. The performance of the model was then evaluated using various metrics such as accuracy, sensitivity, and specificity.

Results: the study found that the GWLM_NARX model has shown promising results in predicting cardiovascular disease. The model was found to outperform other conventional methods, with an accuracy of over 90%. The synergistic approach of Grey Wolf Levenberg Model and Neural Networks has proved to be effective in predicting cardiovascular disease with high accuracy.

Conclusion: The use of the Grey Wolf Levenberg-Marquardt Neural Network Autoregressive model (GWLM-NARX) in conjunction with traditional learning algorithms, as well as advanced machine learning tools, resulted in a more accurate and effective prediction model for cardiovascular disease. The study demonstrates the potential of machine learning techniques to improve diagnosis and treatment of heart disorders. However, further research is needed to improve the scalability and accuracy of these prediction systems, given the complexity of the data associated with cardiac illness.

Keywords: Cardiovascular data, Clinical data., Decision tree, GWLM-NARX, Linear model functions